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. we are at the scene of a house fire in san leandro. we will tell you the one close call a firefighter had here while battling the flames. >> oakland police are trying to figure out if the discovery of a badly burned body is connected to the death of a 77 year old woman. what is happening that could provide important information. happening in ukraine, clashes with the president and military action and how the u.s. is responding. "mornings on 2" starts now.
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. good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is march second. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> hope your sunday is perfect. we will check in with rosemary to start it off. >> on sunday, more of the same. we have green here. i am tracking a few showers. start in the north bay. picking up light rain around the canyon. sliding into the here and ready to fall over the area. sonoma. and right around santa rosa and in san jose this morning. this is what we are going to see as we roll through the sunday. mostly cloudy for today and few light passing showers expected for most of the area. you can see we are dry here. i will show you the forecast model. it as relatively mild start and
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look at the numbers in your neighborhood coming up. following breaking news in san leandro. we are learning one firefighter had a close call this morning after falling through a hole in the floor there allie. >> reporter: they were battling the buyers, one of the floors of the three story home partially collapsed and one firefighter fell through. according to the alameda fire officials, they said he is okayen a he is back at work fighting the fire. you can see the home where it happened. right behind us. this is a residential area in unincorporated san leandro. a fire broke out at five this morning. it quickly went to two alarms and fire engulfed the three story house. this is not the first time alameda firefighters have been to the home. back in november, there was a fire here and they discover add marijuana grow operation.
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but they say it was a legal grow operation and no one has lived in the home since then. so no one had to be rescued. no one is injured ands cause of the fire isn't known. right now, the fire is contained but not fully extinguished. if we take you back out live, flames coming from the house, there is still a large firefighter presence out here. we are hoping to get an update from the battalion chief and we will bring it to you in 30 minutes. for now, the 2-alarm fire started at five and in unincorporated san leandro and spreading to other homes. it is no longer an issue here. we are hoping to get another update and bring that to you in 30 minutes. we have ktvu news. oakland police investigating an overnight deadly shooting. it happened last night on garfield avenue. they found a woman who was shot to death. police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding that shooting. oakland list are trying to figure out if the discovery of
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a badly burned body in an alley way is connected to a homicide investigation last months. they discovered it in an alley on fourth avenue. >> that is the same complex where they found the body of a # 7-year-old woman who had been bound and gagged. >> we tonight know, this is the man found in the alley and this will be conducted tomorrow. ukraine's prime minister to send troops to crimea, acicular ration of war. >> we are on the brink of the disaster. >> there was no reason for the russian federation to invade you can crane. > >> the new development comes after they claim control of
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crimea. to called the intervention in the crisis, -- to called this a problem. and -- president obama is amid the troops. and this ises national reserve that is called up as russian generals led troops to three ukrainian paces today. they demand this they sursurrender and hand over the weapons. this is day after president obama had a 90 minute phone call with president vladimir pout 10. this would hurt the standing and could lead to sanctions. >> united states will stand with the international community in affirming there will be costs for training intervention in the ukraine. >> meeting on the crisis is under err way in belgium. >> the military action violates the principle practicals of the u.n. charter.
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many americans are wondering where crimea is. >> the black sea separates it from much of the ukraine except for a north strip of land connecting it to the mine land. it became part of the automatic crane in 1954. 64% of its population identifies as russian. they are waiting to see if they will be allowed to go back home. crews in glendorra are cleaning up the mess. and they were evacuated in the foothills because of mudsliding down the hillside. mudslides are still a big concern. >> you could still experience mud and debris flow into your yard. and it makes it somewhat unsafe until it has a time to dry out. last month wildfires in the foothills community burned away vegetation that would help hold soil in place.
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they rescued these hikers. they called for help last night. crows worked through the night to reach the hikers stranded at malibu creek state park. they were able to hoist the four hike errs up and out of danger using a helicopter. two people were hurt after a giant wave crashed need a restaurant. it happened at the beachside par cafe. they were strong enough to toss boats around in the water. they were trying to secure the patio furniture when the giant waves crashed right into them. >> they were innocent front of the windows and he went through the door of the patio that was just washed out by the same wave. then our manager simon was actually washed out with the wave and then went under the pier and was stuck under the pier. >> they were able to get back to shore and broke his collarbone. the other employee was not
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seriously hurt. >> surfers were by the waves and they are warned to stay out of the water. eight lifeguard towers had to be pulled back so the strong surf would not wash them out to sea. the rain in southern california is putting preparations on the academy awards. how they are trying to drive things out and what they say about the state of the famed red carpet. >> 7:08. rosemary is watching the weather for us. we thought maybe the rain would be gone. it just wants to hang out a little bit looker. >> right. it will stick around today and even through tomorrow. it is a very weak wave and we are see moist out there. it doesn't take much to squeeze out a few light showers. that's what we have today. giving you the and live look there. >> walnut creek and little bit of fog reported in some areas. we are mostly gray and moist. and we are a few scattered showers falling in san
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francisco and the airport reporting. and this is interesting. and because the radar is not picking up on the light rain over the airport. it isn't showing us a whole lot of moisture and we will start there. and we may have a few light showers falling over areas of the american canyon. and we see it here into napa as well. >> the showers will be passing and they are enough to get you wet. >> if you are going to be outdoors, perhaps carry the rain gear just in case. they had light showers reported earlier and looks like they have tapered off and even if the radar is not picking up on the light showers. we may have drizzle falling outside the door. expect the possibility of a little bit of wet weather for your sunday. take a look. it is a very weak wave and it is hard to depict on that view and take away the radar and show you the water vapor loop and show you the moisture just moving through the bay area. it is a subtle one and we will continue with the soggy weather
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for today. pinpoint it for you and the timing is tough with this type of system. it is going to be hard to figure it out. into the 8:00 hour. >> over the north bay and get into the 9:00 hour. >> get into the 10:00 hour and shifting into parts of fairfield and san jose and lunchtime it is mostly dry. second half of the kay, we will be mostly cloudy and mainly drive. temperatures in the 50s. relatively mild if you are getting out this morning. you will notice and for the afternoon, a lot like yesterday and we will leave in spotty showers. >> six # for hayward and 63 for sarge and the second half of the -- for santa rosa. and it is a chance for showers in the forecast tomorrow. we will remain unsettled for the next couple of days. >> cloudy but dry on tuesday. best chance for showers and rain moving in again on
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wednesday. temperatures will range in the mid- to upper 60s. we will get into tuesday as well as wednesday. we will look at what rainfall amounts we may see. >> you can stay up to date where you live with the new ktv. weather pap. it is for pap -- wrap app. >> they are hitting the street for the napa valley run. it began a couple of minutes ago in calistoga. and takes them through saint helena before it ends in napa. roads will be closed. this marathon is known as the top 10 marathons worth traveling for. bomb-sniffing dogs will be at the marathon and discuss that is following the boston marathon. >> they will head to the air base in fairfield. they are brought to major events. there are four dogs involved in the race and they will be paying attention to the start
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and finish line. >> they continue to grow. talk about a scam in the peninsula. and how traffic violation resist playing a role. calling into question, the response times of san francisco firefighters. new report on how long it takes to get to a scene and why patients could be at risk. spr. ♪ delicious, but say i press a few out flat, add some beef, sloppy joe sauce and cheese, fold it all up and boom! delicious unsloppy joes perfect for a school night. pillsbury grands biscuits. make dinner pop. ♪ [ male announcer ] don't wait for awesome... totino's pizza rolls gets you there in just 60 seconds. ♪ totino's pizza rolls gets you there in just 60 seconds. one of the best things is that millions of peopleia will qualify for financial assistance.
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. live look and with the possibility of passing showers in the forecast for today. china's state need yum is calling an attack at a train station china's 9/11. some people with knives slashed people waiting for a train. more than 30 people were killed. and 130 wounded. some of the victims were migrant worker after family reunions over the chinese new
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year. they say four to five attackers were shot and killed by the police. beijing government is blaming the attack on separatist. and this happened at 3:00 yesterday afternoon. 70 miles east of the naval air station. they say the c horn net was on a training night before it crashed. they had a tough time reach the crash site because of the terrain and remote location. happening now. protest in jerusalem. >> orthodox jews are demonstrating against the israeli government. they will draft the ultra orthodox know the israeli army while prosecuting draft dodgers. israeli prime minister netanyahu is in washington today. he will attend a policy conference and he will meet with president obama at the white house tomorrow. they plan to discuss peace
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talks with the palestinians and had is the 14th meeting together. this is the most they held with any foreign leader. hundreds of young people will take to the streets of san francisco tomorrow to protest against the pipeline system from western canada through the u.s. it has sparked a lot of controversy. this will begin 8:30 tomorrow morning and end up at a state office on market interest. the students are critical of an environmental report that concluded the pipeline would have a negligible affect on climate change. he is accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend. the story said hes took her for a burglar. the couple had some kind of fight and she hid in the bathroom. but he shot through the door and killed her. >> marsha clark said she
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doesn't buy pistorius' account. >> you say honey, did you hear that. you do that first before you fire shots. >> pistorius faces premeditated murder. he is at his multimillion dollars mansion. former girlfriend will testify and forensic experts. sears is investigate a possible breach. they are reviewing the computer systems and have not found any information with the cyber attack. it is not clear what prompted the investigation. >> the security review is still at an early statement and pinpointing a cyber attack can take weeks. law enforcement in the peninsula are renewing complaints about scammers. they say scammers call the victims up and tell them they need to pay a fine for a traffic violation or risk getting locked up or deport.
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san mateo police received two dozen complaints last week alone. federal judge denied bail with ties to the bay area. he is accused of wilding a bomb in his apartment. the judge said he was on vacation for burglary realed charges. he is a flight risk and denied a risk from his attorney to let him stay with his parents until his trial. they found bomb-making materials in his apartment in january during a search for marijuana. slow ambulance response times from the san francisco fire department could put patients at risk. this that is the conclusion from the san francisco concal. the paper reports. 2500 patients could not be transported last year because an ambulance wasn't available. paramedics did respond to medical care and the fire chief said it is in response to all 911 calls within five minutes. today is an important deadline for high school seniors
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applying for financial aid for college. it is the last day for financial aid and state grants. they can apply and fill out this on line. they completed the application last year. tonight hollywood will celebrate the best. and razzies will celebrate the worse. we will tell you who got the distinction. >> you may want to keep the umbrella handy. >> showers will remain for the second half of the weekend. what is happening outside your door, coming up. ;
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. there are dueling efforts to legalize internet poker. the propose ales call for on line poker sites allowing gamblers to play anywhere they can access the internet. >> legalizing poker would generate $2 million in revenue the first year.
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past propose ales have failed in sacramento. and the two bills differ over eligibility requirements. licensing, launching costs and security rules. the california lawmakers proposing new legislation that would allow underage college students in wine-making programs to sip and spit wine. they introduced the bill and would allow them enrolled in credited programs to test their own work. >> after they wait until they are 21 years-old. they have to take the required classes. they are back by the university of california. >> crews are working to dry out the red carpet. the red carpet is 500 feet long and yesterday, the heavy rain soaked southern california and part of that carpet was already laid down. so, dozens of workers tried to shelter the carpet from more rain and overthrowing gutters. despite the downpour, they say they are not concerned.
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>> we are ready. ear ready, either the structure is up or down. we will be ready. >> the rain is expected to led up. they hope the sun comes out and dries up the wet spots they couldn't do get to. >> it is not your favorite movies that are winning big. some companies invested $1.8 million for a zero second commercial. with the oscars crossing the  line of film and fashion. they are hoping for a broad and large audience. some oscar commercials resist one from mcdonald's. american express and j.c. penney. all appeared during the show since the 1990s. hoe help to tap into the media buzz ones the show kicks off. >> they celebrate the best films. razzies awards poke fun at the worse. >> they named movie 43 as the worse picture of the year. featured 16 off beat comedy sketches with such stars as halle berry. kate winslet and hue jackman.
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well smith was worse supporting actor and his son jaden worse actor for "after earth quote. >> 723. if you are taking a peek outside. rosemary is watching the tipping stormy weather we are having. not so bad, right, rosemary. >> not so bad. but enough to get you wet if you get caught in it. we will see storm tracker two. continuing to fall and follow a little bit of rain. it is over marin and stretching through fairfield and get closer. pinpoint some of this. maybe a few scattered showers falling outside your door. it looks really light. mill valley and novato included in the green. shifted towards the peninsula. we have a few light cells popping in here around half moon bay and pacifica and sliding in toward north san
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francisco in the next 10 to 15 minutes or so. >> they will be light or passing. and you may need the umbrella. and who is outdoors. here is a look at projected rainfall total it is for the day. may pick up a few 100th. and looks like a quarter of an inch. that will be good. i have seen bullpen this fall in the last hour or so over the mountains. good news. extended forecast, this is the second half of the bay weekend in view. temperature wise, a lot like yesterday. waking up in the low to mid-50s for most of us. low to mid-60s for the afternoon. we get back to work on monday. slight chance of showers will remain in the forecast. not bulging a whole lot. we get back to a bit of warmer weather. we get into tuesday. mainly dry cloudy conditions and then another storm rolls in by wednesday. we will have a detailed look at the current temperatures coming up. >> after serving in world war
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ii. a veteran was given a special surprise to recognize his service. >> the family of dick holland tracked down the three medals and certificates of appreciation he earned and never picked up. his children and grandchildren gave him the medals yesterday at a surprise party. >> i didn't even know those medals were around. >> all the inspiration and the stories, and it is his right. it is what he deserves. >> he inspired a legacy and his son was a marine. his grandson is a navy commander and his granddaughter is a staff sergeant in the u.s. army. >> this is in san leandro where firefighters are on the scene of a house fire much this is not the first time they battled a fire. allie rasmus will have the latest. this is stole from a jeweler's hand in san mateo. what we learned about the thieves and what the victim is
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saying the crime. charles not having coverage stressed me out.
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>> i am claudine wong. >> firefighters have knocked down a huge house fire. allie rasmus is live with why this is not the first time firefighters have been called to the home. allie? >> reporter: it is contained but not fully extinguished. that's why you see them blocking the street here. it is at altamont and darius way. and you can see the burnt out garage right there behind us. that is the main level of the three story house. >> there are two stories below the main level. they are built into a hill. it started at five and it was a challenging fire. and not just because of the layout of this fire. there are narrow streets up here and it is build up into a hillside and also, because there was a fire in the same house back in november. >> back then, they discovered illegal marijuana agree operations. the home is vacant and boarded
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up then. firefighters don't know exactly where the fire started. but when firefighters were battling the flames. part of the floor collapsed and one of the firefighters fell through. >> this is okay. >> it was knocked down at this point. he fell into a little bit of fire. >> nothing significant s and no, sir play what he did. he mechanically fell through the floor to the floor below. he was lucky, obviously. but he is fine. > >> reporter: the firefighter fell through and another close call for firefighters, it is live power lines next to the home. early this morning, the tire spread from the garage to some of the lines. no one was hurt and no one lived in the house and no one had to be rescued. and take you back out here live. some of the cars parked in the driveway of where this happened. according to the neighbors here. >> this is parking in the driveway and to give the appearance that someone has
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lived here. and they wanted to seem obvious. and it is the vacant home and no one was living in the house. and no one has since there was a fire here. >> there are neighbors out here in the street. and they came to watch the fire and concerned for a bit that the flames might spread and you can see they are close together. and firefighters were able to contain the flames. and it is altamont. and dareus way. >> channel 2 news. search for a missing man continue it is this morning. robert davis has not been seen since wednesday night after having dinner with his daughter. davis suffers from a medical condition and may have become disoriented driving in the heavy rain. police and members of his family will be out looking for him in an organized search. >> we just don't know. we don't know where he went and we really, really want to
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locate him. >> he was seen driving a car similar to this one. >> a silver toyota camry with four sey 056. >> this crashed into several parked cars and a home in oakland. it is a a story we brought you here on "mornings on 2". >> oakland police say it was stolen. it appears they put a rock on the gas pedal. that intentionally sent them speeding down the hill where it crashed into several parked cars and garage. 13 the owner of the suv recognized the car after seeing news footage of the crash. >> i heard white towel. and ours was stolen sunday night. i recognize the indian blanket and the my husband's brief case and the bible. >> fortunately no one was hurt. they were asleep at the time of the crash and were not injured. >> an update to the story. a man who was shot inside a san
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rafael in serious condition. this happened at the mexican and filipino cuisine on b street. police say a man wearing a dark-hooded sweat third. shot the victim several times and the gunman is still at large. we are not going to tolerate this. this is absolutely not acceptable. and like i said. it is very, very unusual for a type of this crime to occur let alone anywhere downtown. >> there were 20 people inside and no one else was hurt. police are asking nip who may have seen the shooting to give them a call. >> they are searching for men who made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry. >> they targeted them. and christina rendone speak about the run in outside of a san carlos store. >> new york jewelry supplier is
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out nearly half a million dollars after precious jew yells were stolen -- jew he wills were stolen from his hands. >> the operations at the store had no idea of the robbery until it happened. >> we had just closed. and so, it didn't have much to do with the store. the person who got robbed was coming to the store but not here yet. >> theyous crossed the street. and they addressed him from a silver suv, one man not out and stole his brief case before they drove off. >> happened to be where he parked his car. >> coming here. >> if he had gone somewhere else and if he was followed, he might have been robbed there. >> some think he was followed to san carlos. >> he had jewels upwards of $4,000. >> they need the public's help tracking down the four suspects. >> it is a honda pilot with
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license plates. >> we are working the days diligently right now. >> you know, we have a good track record. >> hopefully we will find them and take them off the street. >> the jew he willer is doing okay. and -- jew he willer is doing -- jeweler is doing okay. he is not the first one to be robbed and mostlily won't be the last. here is another look at the suspect information. san mateo sheriff's department is looking for four people. they were seep in a silver honda pilot with paper license plates. >> we are getting more information on the flu season. > >> most people who reported having the flu last year live in california, nevada and new york. >> california is the top 10 states with the highest daily rates since it started. same people found people in
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vermont. south carolina. and montana had the lowest flu rates. >> 49 people have died from earth flu. >> santa clara still leads the airier with the 15. >> victim -- the 15th victim was reported this week. the report speeds up evidents to find locations for wells. most of santa rosa's water comes from the river. they can provide. 4000000 gallons of water a day. they believe they want to double that amount. >> recent storms may be to blame. they have closed the scenic santa cruz street near the intersection of west cliff drive and woodrow avenue. >> it appears to be near the says. >> and drops to the ocean below. >> traffic is diverted around west cliff drive. no word on when repairs will be made and the street.
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>> many resorts have finally opened up much of their terrain, the ski season wind counsel in march. and some are just now starting to open for the season. thanks for unusually dry winter. >> the terrain is now open. they have received 15 feet of new snow this season. >> well below. and it is typically with most of the advanced lifts over open right now. the weather we have had for the last few days doesn't want to leave. >> we were begging for t and now, we ask. when does it is want to go. >> it is okay. we will continue with just a slight chance for scattered showers. >> overcast skies and the moisture in the air has helped to keep our temperatures up. >> you have to smile at the green hills. >> what a beautiful site that is. >> we will continue with the
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unsettled power is. >> shouldn't amount to too much. >> it will beoff to get you wet and if you are out and about. and that includes this morning as well. >> what is going on out there. >> along the peninsula. it is in and out of half moon bay. and maybe a few light showers over the dumbarton bridge w. >> this is the -- this is the last bit of it. moving across into areas like napa and into fairfield. along i-80. and a few scatter the showers there. >> that's how it will go today. in and out today. >> wind will be light and stuck in the 50s. >> 57 in oakland. >> 51 for santa rose virginia. and that is one of the only spots on the map. it has slipped under the
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50-degree mark. and we will continue with the mostly cloudy skies. and a few passing showering for the afternoon of and temperatures a lot like yesterday. >> 60 degrees for yesterday. and oakland, hayward, as we get into the second half of the afternoon. temperatures will be relatively mild. not so bad out there. and morgan hill. 60. and partly to mostly cloudy skies and few showers in the forecast. we get into the extended forecast. >> unsettled weather will remain. >> we will have the passing showers. and looks like it will be for the afternoon. >> morning drizzle. it is cloudy and dry. and then another round. >> possibility of rain coming our way on wednesday. back to the desk. >> . well, the oakland a's called in before they figure he will throw out the first nod in
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the spring draining game k they got a look at one of the bright spots. >> sonny gray. struck out two and gave up no runs. a got on the -- as got on the boards. billy burns scored. >> nine innings. tied at go. and the teams said. we will head home. >> both teams never took the field in mesa. they have a new tarp and when the rain and crew committed the cardinal sin. don't drain it on the infield. and the game was canceled due to the field conditions. >> all right. 7:41. well, they are greeted by a high profile chauffeur. he came to the airport. >> every minute counts and the new app that could get help to a victim. >> even before the ambulance arrives. >> we do have wet roads for
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you. >> that is a look at the east shore freeway. >> where it is moving just fine. we will keep an eye on all the roads for you this morning. it is 741 and and this is mornings on 2.
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. joined by gray skies. 55 degrees and southeasterly breeze. another winter storm is bearing down on the midwest and east coast. they are expected to bring heavy sleet and snow from cleveland to boston. this is a look at conditions they are dealing with in kansas city. they are warning about the possibility of mass power outages and this is the ice
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storm. >> it is being blamed for a mass safe pile up in south denver. this is 104 drives. >> one person was killed. and 30 people were hurt. the chain reaction crash after the a band of heavy snee reduced. it took hours for folks to clear the wreckage. and the freeway is back open. >> 7:44. a snow boarder on a closed slope may have triggered a montana avalanche. it happened on friday. near downtown missoula. it flattened a house and trapped a couple for hours. neighbors rushed to rescue the couple and a 8-year-old who was also buried by the snow. >> someone is willing to help. especially this this weather. and when there is a family involved. >> the avalanche may have been traveling at one # 0 miles an hour when it hit the house. >> winter weather is also
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making for a spectacular site at the name news falls. >> you can cake a look. that is a spec cackler site. >> this is over the accumulation of ice. and 88% are covered with ice right now. >> they begin today and people took part in the ceremonial start and second annual iditarod race. and the first stage of the rice is said to be a loamly one. they deal with darkness. deep climbs. and despite the grueling conditions, racers say they are ready. >> by the time they get to this time of year k. >> they are in the best shape ever. >> that's what our dogs are. >> they are in the best shape ever and ready to rock 'n roll. >> teams travel and tampa ends in nome, alaska. and the winner will receive $15,000 and ha new truck.
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>> they are celebrating carnival in rio de janiero. they handed over the keys of the city to king komomo and he reigns over the extra virginia began is a. >> -- extra virginia began is a. and -- extravaganza. and this is for nelson mandela. he is being honored at carnival. he is the top seller for this year's festival. and thousands of masks have been told. >> they are also popular. and then president obama. george, a mayor rob ford knows how to make an entrance. >> he arrived at lax last night. >> and look who is picking him up. no other than talk show funny man. jimmy kimmel. >> i believe he held a sign with his name on it. >> he might even head to the
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oscars. ford admitted in october t that he may smoke crack t and reject reasonable doubt we heated calls for him to rae sign from office. >> new app develop san diego and connecting people trained with cpr and the persist point app train it is people. and when a heart attack is reported within a quarter mile of the location. that could help it. >> so, if we wait. >> six or seven minutes for our first responder to wait on scene. you are talking with a reconduction in survival by 60, 70%. >> statistics no one wants. >> the app is giving up the every day of launch. it is now being used in 17 states and santa cruz county. >> they robbed the 7-11 store
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a.m. and it happened on mission street. >> one of the men pointed a rifle at the store clerk's head and demanded money. no one was hurt during the robbery. they have surveillance video to try to identify the men. >> some sleaders are taking aim at e cigarettes. they will discuss legislation regulating e cigarettes. they would be treated similar to regular cigarettes. and the measure would ban wherever smoking is prohibited and require that they obtain a tobacco permit. they are using their feet to stamp out pollution. >> this is a two week long campaign. >> this is the golden sneaker contest. >> they come from 70 clubs. and this is the most who walk. bicycle. or take public bicycle to class. they will receive a platinum sneaker. it is the last day for
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bargain hunters to shop at the white elephant sale. >> they lined up outside the warehouse on lang caster street for the two day event. it is one of the largest rummage sale assist in northern california. >> there is kayak consist. bicycleless and pieces of art. >> furniture. and there is you o name it. we have it. >> tennis clothes. >> dishes. and towels. >> admission is the best price of all. >> free. >> free shuttle and it runs from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. >> they are finding time to stay fit. . >> pro hostal video they had to make after first lady michelle obama issued a challenge to the country and the challenge was met. >> gearing up for a run this morning. you may find showers outside your door. i will team to time them out for your sunday, coming up.
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. a fanally-run attraction will soon be run by a walnut creek company: after the family's contract recently expired, the sycamore concessions corporation won the bid to take over operations. the carousel was built back in 1907 in new york. and it will find a permanent home in the park in 1948. time to put in your request to hike the half dome. it as lottery system with 300 hikers allowed to use the cable system each day. people interested in getting permits need to make a request. this is between now and the end of month. people who are chosen will be notified next months. a man in florida is not letting a thing like age slow him down. he turned 106 years old. just like that. he is celebrating by going to
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the gym for his daily workout. >> at 100, the doctor told him to start working out. every day he goes to the gym and does circuit training for one hour. >> most important thing is to take each day as it comes. enjoy it. and don't fight it. >> smith said on his birthday. he ended his workout a little earlier to have cake with his wife and friends. they are his inspiration and they enjoy working out with him. >> he looks fantastic. >> president obama and vice president biden are jumping on board with the let's move campaign. >> are you ready to move. >> absolutely. let's do this thing. let's move. >> this is the video of them jogging around the white house. in their suits. and mrs. obama said enough people use social media to show how they are getting in shape. her husband and the advise president would do the same. >> let michelle know i am doing
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it. >> same time next week? >> same time next week. >> social media videos tweets started come in. and they held up their end of the bargain. it was done to celebrate the let's move campaign which is aimed at fighting childhood obesity. >> this has been met. competitive eater jamie the bear mcdonald heard that most restaurants had a seven-point burrito that no one had been able to finish. he contacted the restaurants and successfully put because the giant burrito in 17 minutes. that's the last white. he did it while reading on his electronic reader and won $275 for eating that burrito. >> it doesn't look hard. >> just nice and relaxed. >> hanging out. >> yes. >> he thought about it for a second. he thought about it. one more. check in with rosemary and
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see if the sprinkles are still out there. >> yes, they are not going away. >> through the morning hours, it is the tail end of the afternoon. mainly dry and at this hour, tracking a few across the area. and we have had light rain in the last hour. san jose reporting light rain and drizzle. and even if it is not popping up over your area, the shade of green. you could have outdoor as well. >> soggy start to the morning. this is through the area and the san rafael bridge. we have it stretching into fairfield and light rain falling along i-80 and goes into napa where we continue to see the light rainfall. >> i will attempt to time this out for you. >> take it with a dwayne of salt. we move through the morning hours over the north bay and
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santa cruz mountains. we get into 10:00. shifts to the east and i-80 to the north. >> then by lunch time. primeallylerly over the south -- primarily over the south and then they will take the course that. this and that could change over the next hour or so. and sum it up by saying. hit or miss showers in the forecast for all of us today. >> bay area weekend in view. >> spotty showers. would be the call. >> low to mid-60s for the afternoon. >> and scattered showers in the forecast for municipal. we will wake up with the possibility of drizzle. scattered showers in the forecast for the second half. cloudty and dry on tuesday. rain comes back on wednesday. >> and we will bear and grain and say that we need it. and we will take it. >> keep the umbrella handy. you will need it. back to you. for the second time, a fire
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brokes out in alameda county. these are live pictures. you can see damage in front of the house. >> live report on the dangerous space as they fought this fire this morning. >> it is hollywood's big night. we will look at some of the movies and stars that is are nominated for the academy awards. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is calling.
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. they are working to extinguish a house fire. we will tell you about the close call they experienced while battling the flames. >> it is underway in oakland. they found the body of a woman who was shot to death. thousands of people suffered from mudslide and they are wondering when they can go home. "mornings on 2" continues now. . good morning, welcome tore "mornings on 2". it is march second. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. we will dive into this one and say good morning to rosemary. >> it as soggy start out there and tracking radars on the you can see we have a few light showers across portions stretching into the south bay. palo alto and outside your door. reporting light rain at this
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time and reporting drizzle at this time and slide to the north and we have some in and around and sausalito across the bridge and into richmond and it moves off to the east. along martinez and all the small communities. in between and we have it moving all the way in through fairfield. >> scattered showers in the forecast. partly to mostly cloudy skies. i will time it out for you as we get into the 8:00 hour and show you how much rain we see with the system. this is a look of the temperatures coming up. we are following develop something news out of allah -- alameda county. time to report. allie rasmus is live at the scene with us for frightening moments. allie? >> reporter: the fire is kinked and it is still smoldering on the two homes behind us. this is in the unincorporated san leandro hills. firefighters are still starting to pack some things up and a
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lot of damage to the burnt out garage of the three story home. division chief said it is too unsafe for them to go inside and put out the final hot spots. they are working to extinguish the fire from the outside. they will be here for quite awhile. it started at five this morning. and this is near altamont and darius way. they face a lot of challenges here. at one point, one of the firefighters fell through the floor while putting out the fire. and partially collapsed. he is not injured and he turnedded around and went back to work tipping to fight the fire after this that. >> this is the second time a fire happened in san leandro. the first time was back in november. they discovered what turned out to be a legal marijuana grow operation here. >> no one had been living in the house since then. it is boarded up. they said they were we wily surprised when they woke up to
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see flames here again. >> we start driving down the hill and the flames are ridiculous. >> we thought more than one house was on fire. >> floor is come loathely collapsed. >> the chimney is about to fall. >> a bunch of challenges trying to keep everyone away from the house. >> it will take awhile. > >> another close call for firefighters here. it as live power line. located right next to the home. it is of 6-6:00 and they spread through the power lines and they say they were able to identify the lines and moviesed out of the way and they were on the floor there. no one was hurt and lived in the house and no one had to be rescued. >> you could see pulling away from the hoses and they still have hot spots in the two levels of the home they are working to put out.
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>> also, the cars parked in the driveway of the house. >> those belong to the neighbors. >> they have been parking the cars in the driveway. >> they didn't want it to fast ball obvious that the home was empty. so, those are the neighbor's and no one had been living here when the previous fire started at the same location. >> allie rasmus. ktvu news. . this is from a homicide investigation last month. they discovered the body of a man next to an apartment complex on 34th avenue. that is the same complex where they say they found the body of a 77-year-old woman who had been bound and gagged. >> they are looking to into it and it may be connected. we don't know. >> they are waiting on toxicology report to determine the cause of death. the autopsy on the man found in the alley will be conducted
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tomorrow. >> new this morning. they are investigating a deadly shooting overnight. it happened on garfield avenue. >> when they arrived. they found a woman shot to death. >> they are investigating it surrounding the shooting. >> ukraine's prime minister called russia's decision to send troops to crimea a declaration of war. >> we are on the brink of disaster. there was no reason for the russian federation to invade ukraine. >> this new development comes after russian troops claim control. and this is ukraine tropical storm government. >> president obama called their intervention a clear interference of sovereignty. russia has a right to protect the russian speaking population in the ukraine. it is mobilizing the troops.
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and members of the national reserve has been called up as russian generals led them today. >> the russian forces demanded. they surrender and hand over their weapons. >> this is a day after president obama had a 90 monday phone call with russian president vladimir putin. >> any action would hurt their standing in the community and could lead to sanctions. >> united states will stand with the international community and there will be costs for any intervention in the ukraine. >> a nato meeting on the crisis insist ukraine is underway right now. >> the military action vials the principals of the u.n. charter. >> where crimea is. >> it separates it from much of the ukraine. >> it would be an island except for a narrow trip connecting it. >> it became part of it in
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1954. the population you'd guys as russian. >> they are planning eudemon straus tomorrow against the hill harmonic. >> the st. petersburg fill harmonic is performing. >> -- phil harmonic. and they want russia to repeal the antigay laws. >> residents are being allowed to go back home. >> crews in glenn dora are clearing the muted did i mess. and more than 1,000 homes in the los angeles foothills were jacketed because of mudslides. >> they say they are still a big concern. >> you could still experience mud and debris throw into your yard. and it makes it somewhat unsafe until it has a time to dry out. >> last monday, wildfire insist the foot hill community burned away vegetation to hold the soil in place. two people were hurt after a giant wave crashed into a
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restaurant during yesterday's storm. it happened at the beachside bar cafe. the waves were strong enough to toss around the boats constitutional in the water. >> they secured the patio furniture and it crashed into them. >> the walk in front of the windows, he went through the door of the patio that had just been washed out by the same wave. >> then our manager simon was washed out with the wave and then went under the pier and stuck under the pier. >> they were able to get back to shore and reportedly broke his collarbone k. >> he was north seriously hurt. >> tempted by the giant waves. and stay out of the water. >> eight lifeguard towers will to be brought back. >> we will focus in the bay area. and turn to rosemary as we experience rain across the bay
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area. >> yes, on and off for the entire kay. primeally for the entire day. and we will show you -- primarily for the entire day. patchy fog and light rain falling over parts of the bay area. >> it is really hit or miss. >> mountains reporting light rain. and san jose was reporting light rain earlier. they have drizzle and we have light rain moving from the coast. stretch asking across san francisco here and in and through and have a few of those hit or miss showers. sunset district. down through daly city. and downtown san francisco. they may have a few scattered are right now. berkeley, richmond. i-80. through hercules and into vallejo. and we have got light rain falling raps over your neighborhood as well.
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>> it is light stuff. >> wind will be light. >> temperatures not bad either. >> we will look at the numbers in just a moment. >> plenty of moisture over the bay area. and more moving. and it is a weak wave. and it doesn't take northbound to trigger the showers. we have a line of rain stretching from san francisco in and around the san pablo bay and pretty much what we are seeing right now. >> more of the same. >> shifts a little bit to the east. >> popping up over san jose and into the lunch hour. >> maybe dry. and few light showers and areas right around san jose toward livermore. >> scattered showers there. and for the 4:00 hour. not much either. if you are out and about. >> keep the umbrella handy and that shower popped up out of nowhere. i had rain going on the windshield. >> 62 for oakland. and 64 in fremont.
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and they were right where we should be. >> 64 for mountain view and in napa. >> the extended forecast. in view. and spotty showers will be the forecast for today. for tomorrow, still going to be with unsettled weather. >> it will remain in the forecast. >> temperatures a lot like today. you won't notice much change. we are looking plainly dry and the rain comes back on wednesday. >> how much rainfall we may see with the weak system coming up. he made a name for himself by become the first double amputee to run in the olympics. >> this time he is in the spotlight as a defendant in a murder trial. this is a important day. >> the information you need if you are hoping for financial aid. here is a look outside. >> yes, there is the early morning rain. >> rosemary just mentioned, which is trying to show us the approach to the san rafael shall bridge. >> people are moving justine. if you are headed out there.
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. welcome back. good morning to you. a live look at all the gray out there. pushy fog and you could see the bay bridge. you can't see san francisco from this vantage point this morning. >> mass protest in jerusalem. >> several thousand of ultra orthodox jews and they are
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criticizing plans to draft the ultra orthodox into the israelily army while prosecuting any draft dodgers. >> they have been exempted in the pasts to resume their religious study. benjamin netanyahu is in the united states today. they will discuss the peace talks with the palestinians and iran's nuclear threat. this is the 14th meeting together. this is the most he held with any leader. >> they will protest against the pipeline. s from western canada. and this is a state department office on market. the they are critical of the report that concluded the pipeline would have a negligible affect on change. >> they are calling an attack
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on a train station china's 9/11. some people slashed passengers waiting to board a train in southwestern china yesterday. more than zero people were killed a within 30 others wounded. some were migrant workers returning to factories over the chinese knew year. >> four to five attackers were shot and killed by police. >> they are blaming this on ethnic separatists. >> this morning crews are still searching for the pilot. it happened. #:00 yesterday afternoon. this is east of the air station. >> navy said fa 18 c hornet was on a training flight before it crashed. they are having a rough time reaching it because of the rough terrain. olympic runner pistorius is accused of killing his model girlfriend last year. he said he mistook her for a
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burglar. the couple had some type of fight though and hid in the pact room and he fired four shots through the door, killing her. >> marsha clark said she doesn't buy his version of the events. >> you hear sounds in the bathroom if only to say. hey, honey, did you hear that. you do that before you moved to the bathroom to fire shots. >> he face as charge of premeditated murder. he is out on bond awaiting trial at his uncle's multimillion dollar mention. sears is investigating a possible security breach. they are reviewing the computer systems and so far. not found any information indicate ago cyber attack. >> not clear what prompted the investigation. >> according to bloomberg news. they are still at an early stage and cyber attack.
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can take weeks. >> this is about phone scammers. they call the victims up preending to be police officers and tell victims they need to pay a fine or risk getting locked up or deported. san mateo police received two dozen complaints last week alone. >> slow ambulance response times could be putting patients at risk. this is the conclusion from the san francisco concal. the paper report 2500 patients couldn't be transported last year. an ambulance just wasn't available. they did respond to the medical care. and san francisco fire chief said the response to 911 call assist were within five minutes. today is an important deadline for high school seniors applying for financial aid for college. it is for federal financial aid and state grants. students can apply by filling out the application known as
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fasda. they completed it last year. this is the grand finale of the award season top movies and they are hoping to take home the oscar. >> it is a start to the day with isolated showers in the forecast for your sunday. how much rain we may see by the end of the day coming up. q
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legalize internet poker in california. they call for on line poker sites allowing gamblers to play anywhere they can access the internet. legalize internet poker would have more revenue and 400 million in a decade. past propose ales have failed in sacramento. lawmaker is proposing new legislation that would allow underage college students to sip and spit the wine. assemblyman introduced the bill. >> 18 to 20 year consist old and enrolled in programs. right now. students in the wine making programs have to wait to take some of the required classes. it is backed by the university of california. >> students from sun valley elementary school will spend the day giving to others. >> the students and the family took lunch for the homeless and took this for cancer patients at the oakland children's hop.
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they will raise money through a bake sale and we will wrap up later this afternoon. they are preparing for the academy awards. they are setting up the 500-foot long carpet. and the award they are hoping to win. >> jennifer, straight ahead. >> the 86th academy awards is set to be the biggest party. with ellen key general rest, expect matthew conguy and meryl streep to get their groove on with the talk show queen. julia roberts and brad pitt are up for some of the night's biggest awards. assuring no shortage of star power. >> 1970s con artists are pitted against astronauts for the most awards. > gravity leads with 10
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>> facing off against 10 years a slave. philippine napa valley. buyer's club. anyone brass contract and account golf of wall street. this is the one of the best picture races in history. >> for some reason, my xanax. >> golden globe win certificate a best actress contender going head to head with san did i bullock. amy adams and judy different and meryl streep. >> first time nominee matthew mcconaughey land in the best actor category. >> leonardo decrepe preyo -- tee caprio and others. >> it could be about the music. >> utwo. and karen o are set to perform the best original song nominee. >> making the oscars one of biggest concerts of the year. with hot performancen a a host like ellen. it may not be the winners that
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get everybody talking. >> that was michelle turner reporting. >> early bets with matthew mcconaughey and the movie "american hustle" being named as favorites. >> some companies have increased 1.8 -- invested $1.8 million with them -- with their commercial spots. they are hoping for a large audience. some commercials you could see including one from mcdonald's and j.c. pen any and during the show with early 1990s and they are hoping to tap into the media buzz once the show kicks off: it is soggy down in southern california. >> little soggy up here as well. >> joining us now to tell us how long it will last. >> it will last through today and scattered showers for tomorrow. >> take a look at what is happening. >> watching a wave roll in. and right across parts of the north bay and take a look at
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stretches into the sacramento value and santa cruz mountains. and report light rain stretching in at this hour. it looks like golden gate brink. down through daily city. and across the bay bridge. if i go to the north just a little bit and rain fouling a little bit and across the san rafael bridge into the east bay. oakland had reported dries ankle. and oakland into berkeley. >> you are included here and all the communities in between. >> american canyon and sonoma. and showers falling over your area has well. >> how much rainfall will resee. pick up 100th and definitely enough to get you wet. you may need it. over the santa cruz mountains. maybe a quarter of an inch. ben lowman has reported a 10th of an inch. so, we are all a little bit more. >> what is that a third way
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there. >> extended forecast there. with the bay weekend in view. chance of showers tomorrow. we will remain with the very moist flow in place. >> cloudy but dry on tuesday. rain moves back in on wednesday. back to the desk. nearly half a million dollars in jewelry stolen. a search for the armed robbers and the type of jewelry they snagged. >> it is a long time coming for a veteran. the awards he finally received 70 plus years later.
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and the circumstance will get you back to -- i case am claudine wong. a home went up in flames overnight. you are taking a live look. >> fire crews are still there. and making sure there are no flare ups. had he zed first call and one firefighter did have a close call when he fell through a hole in the ceiling. he was not hurt and continued to fight the fire. > >> he fell in a little bit and most of what he did. >> this is not the first time they have been called to the home. they found a legal marijuana grow open ration i. >> before allie rasmus is at the scene and talking to
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neighbors and she will have a live report for us at the top of the hour. >> suv crashed into civil parked cars at a home in oakland. it is right here on mornings on two. the suv was stolen. it appears the driver put a rock on the gas pedal and sent it speeding down the hill where it crashed into several parked cars and garage. >> owner of the suv recognized the vehicle after seeing news footage of the crash. >> you heard white tahoe and i recognize the the indian blanket, my husband's brief case and the bible. >> the owners of the home were asleep at the it of the crash and were not hit. the search was for this man. >> he hasn't been seen since wednesday night and he was having dipper with his daughter.
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>> davis suffers from a medical condition and may have become disoriented. driving in the heavy rain. >> just about 30 minutes. member of his family will be out looking for him in an organized search. it is a call up the road. >> driving in a car similar to this one and silver toyota camry with a license plate number of four sey and 056. >> the robbers targeted a new york jeweler as he was on his way to san carlos. he is the director of operations and said he didn't think it had anything to do with his store. >> he happened to be. he parked hits car and if he had gone somewhere else. if he was followed. he might have been robbed there. >> the jeweler thinks he was follow to san carlos and his
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brief case had diamonds. gold and other jewels. upwards of $4,000. >> the sheriff's department said he was seen in a silver honda pilot with paper license plates. this shows most people having the flu last year live in california, nevada and new york. >> this is the only state to have made the list with the detailsly rates. the same poll found people in vermont. south carolina and north dakota had the lowest daily flew rates. we are keeping track here in the bay area. >> 49 people have died from the flu. >> santa clara leads them with the most reported deaths with a 15th victim reported earlier this week. >> storms are a welcome site to the state. officials say we are star from being out of the woods. we checked with them following the later storm and they received an inch and a and a
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half rain. >> we are now at 62% capacity. santa rosa is moving forward. and they are speeding up efforts to find suitable locations for wells. >> most of the water comes from the russian river. current wells will supply 4000000 gallons of water a day. and officials say. they want to double that amount. >> the recent storms have produced sinkholes. it opened up yesterday morning near west cliff drive and woodrow avenue. it appears it is near the sidewalk and trips down to the ocean below. >> traffic is being diverted around the area. and parts of west cliff drive is closed. no word when remayors will be made and streets reopened. >> they are finally opened. and thanks to the winter storms. the ski season starts to wind down in march. some lifts and runs are now opening for the season. thanks to the unusually dry winter. >> 80% of the terrain is now
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open. they have received 15 feet of snow this season. well below the 37 feet. it typically averages. and it is the most advance lifts at this time. >> that is gad news. >> 84:00. well head out to rosemary and see how long this wet weather will last. i was outside yet afternoon and thinking. this isn't going anywhere. >> no, not a meteorologist. >> it is so soggy out there. and the moist air is in place. and it is a week for it to move through. and that is exactly what we have going on this morning. that's has we have for the afternoon. giving awe live look over the bay point area. >> little bit of gray and fog out there this morning. you can see a few drops on the lens. >> storm tracker two continuing to watch the wave. and noon the east because and this the sacramento valley.
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we have light showers over the santa cruz reporting light ryan and sfo reporting delays as belfor arriving flights. looks like a 30 minute delay from down into daly city and you can see san francisco over the downtown area. along market street. we have light rain. light rain falling into the east bay. >> alameda and berkeley. richmond. and in between. and as we get into here, we have light rain falling here. and crocket and i-80 is a wet one. we showed you a moment ago through bay point. we have light rain falling there. >> seeing light rain over napa. and across the american canyon. we will do one last shift with the scattered showers falling over the sierra as well. >> it will remain 5500 for the afternoon. so snow continuing to fall there. and we continue to pick up rain. great news if you are outdoors and this is the hit and miss
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showers for today. >> it is partly to cloudy skies. moisture in the air and moist flow, you can see. we are covered in it and we will continue to be northbound the sunday as well as most of monday. >> so chance for spotty showers will remain in the forecast for today. right now in the 50s. you will notice, it is not too bad out there. even with the gray sky answer damp conditions. it is not bad. >> into the afternoon. lunch time numbers. and for the second half of the idea. a lot like yesterday. >> in the forecast. 61 for berk will you and 62 for oakland and hayward and for pacifica. and into the south bay. >> 64 for you. >> low 60s expected for the screws area. extended forecast for the second half of the bay area weekend in view. temperatures won't budge a whole lot as we get into the second half of the day. it will feel a lot like yesterday and going to feel a
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lot like today. upper 40s and 50bs as we get going in the morning hours. this is for the afternoon. mostly cloudy skies. chance for showers. on tuesday we are dry to mostly cloudy. it will be down just a bit. back into the upper 60s and with showers a possibility. once again by mid week wednesday. back to the desk. well, it is soccer's version of the olympic tongue. it will make a stop at the mention delores park to build enthusiasm for the world cup. the ucla women's soccer team took a picture of some that are on the international tour. it includes a soccer match at 1:30. falling snow provided a scenic back drop for a nhl hockey game last night. it was part of the outdoor series. pittsburgh penguins took on the chick foe blackhawks at soldier
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field. a sellout crowd of 63,000 graved the 17-degree temperatures. looked like an excite a game. they went on a to easy 5-1 victory. >> serving in world war ii. they were given a special surprise to recognize the service. dick holland tracked down the three medals and certificates of appreciation he never picked up. his children and grandchildren gave him the med talls yesterday at a surprise party. >> they didn't tell me about this. i didn't know the medals were around. he has given us the inspiration and the story see and it is his right. it is what he deserves. >> he inspired a legacy of service in his family. his son was a marine. grandson is a navy commander. his grand cutter is a staff sergeant this the u.s. army. they called in a hall of famer. rule lee fingers through out the first pitch in the spring training game. as got a look at the bright
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spots. he tossed two winnings. and gave up no runs. as got on the board and this is the sack fry to center. >> billy burns scored from third. and all tied at two. and both teams said we will head home. this is for the giants and cubs. and took the field. you can see in mesa. it is a new tarp and when the rain ended, the ground crew committed the big sin. don't drain the water on the infield. at the saw it as being a little too unplowable and the wind was canceled to the field conditions. >> it goes into affect tonight. both directions of mission boulevard are going to be closed between warm springs boulevard in fremont. that closure is expected to last until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. during that time. crews will be working on new traffic lanes and temporary restriping of the road. >> house minority leader nancy
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pelosi is praising one for creating affordable housing. >> this is the renovation of the tenderloin development centers. it was completed last year and transformed the historic ymca building into housing for the homeless. >> i am here to say thank you to all of you. not only for what you have done. but for the individual people and the care and the housing that it will mean for them and the respect and the dignity it brings to. >> . and also for making this a model for the nation. > >> well the $95 million project was funded by the american recovery and reinvestment act and it includes 172 efficiency studios. >> they rush to the rescue and why a snowboarder may be responsible for starting the slide. >> but first, we will take you outside. it is not raining out there. and it looks like traffic moving just fine as they head in and out of san francisco
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southwesterly breeze. a story we told you about yesterday. a man inside a restaurant is in serious condition this morning. it happened after 1:00 this morning at the filipino and mexican cuisine. he is described as a # 1-year-old man. he walked in and shot the victim several times and ran out. that gunman is still at lance armstrong. >> we are not going to tolerate this. this is absolutely not acceptable and like i said. it is very, very unusual for this type of a crime to occur. let alone in the downtown. there were 20 other people inside at the time and police are asking anyone who has seen the shooting to give them a call. >> they robbed the 7-11 store and this is night:00. and they say one of the men pointed a rifle at the store clerk's head and demanded money and they say they are reviewing surveillance video to identify
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the men. >> another winter storm is bearing down in the midwest and expected to bring heavy snow and sleet and heavy rain to a large swath of the country. this is a look at the conditions drivers will be dealing with in kansas city s they are warning about the possibility of mass power outages from an ice storm in the southern states. also being blamed for the pile up in south denver. involve something more than a million vehicles. >> they say the chain reaction crash and chevy snow refused visibility on interstate 25. a snowboarder on a closed slope may have triggered a montana avalanche that left three people buried in snow. this happened near the university of montana. and that massive slide flattened a house. and trapping a couple for hours in the rubble of the home. >> they rescued the couple and this boy was also barryed in
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the snow. >> -- buried in the snow. >> and when there is a family involved. >> it is mcing for a spectacular site at niagara falls. they have partially frozen over and the water is still able to flow over the accumulation of ice. more than 88% of the great lakes are covered with ice. >> the most well known dog sled race begins today. yesterday, they took part in the ceremonial start of the iditarod race. they took a lap and showed off the teams. first stage of the race is said to be a loamly one. they deal with darkness and below freezing temperatures. >> despite the grueling conditions, they say they are ready. >> by the time they get to this time of year. they are in the best shape ever. >> that is what our dogs ever. in the best shape ever. they are ready to rock n' roll.
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>> it as 1,000 mile course. they travel in stages between 18 and 85 highlies. ends in nome alaska. and the winner will receive $60,000 and a huge truck. >> huge crowds celebrating carnival. and they started the parade by handing over the keys to the city. he reigns over the extravaganza. and it is 500 open air parties this week. it continues through ash wednesday and the traditional start of lent for catholics. nelson mandela is being honored at this year's carnival. this is the top sell something mask for the festival. >> thousands of masks have been sold. other world leaders masks are popular including the mask of president obama. >> they know how to make an entrance. they arrived by greeters and purchase photographers.
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no other than are jimmy kimmel picked him up. he head up a sign with his name on it. he will be a guest on his show and he may even attend the oscars. he may have spoken crack during a drunken stupor. >> new app developed in the south bay could help save lives. for people trained in cpr, that pulse point app trained in cpr, when a heart attack is located within a quarter mile of the location. that will be administered before an ambulance arrives. >> if we wait. you know, six or seven minutes for a first responder to arrive on scene. you are talking a reduction and chance of survival for 60 to 70%. >> so. at application is giving every day civic-minded citizen an every day hero. >> the app was launched in san jose in 2012 and now in the 17
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states and including here in california and in santa clara county. on friday morning, they found a man dead in his apartment on addison street. they said they discovered signs of the homicide and they are described as a man in his 50s. his name is not yet released. >> some leaders are taking aim at e cigarettes. tomorrow, several supervisors will discuss regulation regulating e cigarettes. they will be treated similar to regular cigarettes. they would ban the e six wherever smoking is prohibited and require stores to obtain a tobacco permit to sell e cigarettes. >> 0,000 children are using the feet to stomp out pollution. they are taking party in a two week long campaign. they come from 70 school assist across the county. the golden speaker trophy almost go with the most
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students who bicycle. and take public transit to the class. this school with the biggest gain is going to get a platinum sneaker. it is the last day to shop at the white elephant sale. hundreds of people lined up outside the museum's warehouse for the two day event. it is one of the largest rummage sales in northern california. >> there is kayaks. and pieces of art. furniture. and there is you name it, we have it. >> clothing, tennis shows. dishes. towelless. >> admission is free and there is also a free shuttle from the bart station. it runs from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. >> living past the age of 100 years-old. the 106-year-old man finds the fountain of youth for living so long. >> outside the doors. showers are falling and i expect we will have the showers throughout the entire day. have a look at where and what this moment. and what you can expect for the
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afternoon coming up.
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. this will be run by a walnut creek family. >> it is for 23 years. and the family's contract expired and they won the bid to take over operations. >> carousel was built back in 1911 in new york and moved to several spots across southern
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california before finding a home in the park in 1948. time to put in your request to hike the dome. >> it is only 300 hikers that is allowed to use the system each day. they immediate to make a request on the website between now and end of the month. people who are chosen will be notified next month. >> president obama and advise president biden is on board with the let's move campaign. >> absolutely. let's do this thing. let's move. >> you can see the video of them jogging around the white house. they did this because last week mrs. obama said if she had enough videos, then her husband and vice president biden would do the same. >> when the social media and pictures and tweetses started coming. they did hold up their end of the bargain.
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it is all done to support accomplish kill obama's campaign let's move campaign which is aimed at fighting childhood obesity. the competitive eater. jamie the bear mcdonald. he heard the restaurants had a 7-pound burrito. no one had been able to finish. and check out the time lapse. he contacted the restaurant and successfully put it away. >> there it is on the clock. >> 17 minutes as the last bite goes in while he is reading on his electronic reader. >> he won $270 for eating that burrito. >> that last bite. >> waiting for it. >> thinking about it. >> okay. >> so dainty and calm. >> gentle with it. and then you have the let's move campaign. >> right after it. he better keep moving. >> he ran around the block
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afterwards. all right. rosemary. we will check in with you. getting outdoors for a little bit of exercise. you may need the rain jacket. we have light showers falling over the bay area. look at storm tracker 2. and picking up again over san jose. the rain is off and on over the santa cruz mountains. i was just checking. they picked up a quarter inch in the last half hour. an inch in the overnight hours. take a look where we have rain falling. >> sunny vale and down into san jose. you are in on this. evergreen and if we shift to the east now. i have some green over bull nut creek. >> danville. and perhaps touching into san ramon. and then ovarian into areas like concord. pittsburgh. want i don't know. and into fairfield
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and -- antioch. and pittsburg. and we will remain with cloudy skies and the possibility of scattered showers. >> it looks like it tape pers off by good. here are the number for the concord area. we get into the lunch hour. we will be in the upper 50s and then for the second half of the day. 2:00. >> 61. sunset is at 605. and 6:06 these days. for the evening hours. it is mostly dry. and forecast here. with the second week in view. spotty showers will remain with a me peeks of sunshine for the afternoon. come monday, the unsettled weather pattern will strict around for the showers on monday as well. >> don't change a whole lot and very similar for monday. slightly warmer for the afternoon and more rain in the forecast for wednesday. pack to the desk. >> thanks, rosemary. >> a man is not letting something like aids slow him down. he turned 106 years old.
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if you look. it looks like nothing like 106. 50. very food looking man will. >> celebrated by going to the gym for his daily workout. he turned 100. and his doctor told him to start working out to keep young. so every day he goes to the gym and does circuit training for one hour. >> most important thing is to take each day as it comes and enjoy it. >> don't fight it. >> he said on his birthday he ended his workout to have cake with his wife and friend. he does look good and makes us all say we don't have an excuse. if he can do it, we can do it. >> the search this morning for the cause. we will bring you a live report from the scene and tell you about the circumstances that are raising suspicions. >> we are on the brink of the disaster. >> strong words from the,
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ukrainian prime minister. why the crisis on crimea could be a declaration of war.
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being. we will tell you about the multiple challenges and dangers they face battling the fire. >> family, friends and police are resuming the search for a
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93-year-old man in the north bay. where he was last seen four days ago. the fury of mother nature on display. amazing pictures of the powerful surf along the california coast. of . good morning, it is sunday, march second, i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we will check in with how our day is shaping up. >> good morning, rosemary. >> in and out for sunday, this is what we are seeing at this hour. storm track center two into santa cruz and over parts of the east bay as well. we will start with the san jose area with light rain falling around sunnyvale and san jose stretching into allen rock. we have light rain fouling over santa cruz where it is on and off for the entire afternoon hours and morning hours as well. if you are into the east bay, i
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have green showing up along highway 124, around 680 and down through danville and san ramon and antioch and clayton and we will continue with scattered showers. definitely more hit and miss. seeing a few bands roll through right now. reporting some clouds with the light rain. we have all the moisture in place. it is going to stick around not only for today but tomorrow as well. we will have the extended forecast and how much rain we may see at the ends of the day coming up. >> developing news in unincorporated san leandro where and fire was going on. why this isn't the first time firefighters have been called to this home in alameda county there. allee? >> reporter: the battalion chief said it will be awhile. they are working on putting out the hot spots. we will move closer to where the moment is.
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you can see it behind us in the bush out garage and cut open and firefighters had to go in earlier to battle the flames. little bit of smoke still coming out and if we pan over to the left, we can use the back of the house. there are three levels to the home. two we low the main level. this is the ground here and you can see the roof is collapsed and through the broken out window. you may be able to get a look at some of the damage inside. this home is on altamont in the san leandro hills. they say it is too unstable for them to go in and put out the hot spots. they will have to tip their work from the outside. that's why it takes a while before they leave here. at its worse, this is a 2-alarm fire and shooting through the roof and the windows. this collapsed in the fire and so did one of the floors. and there was a firefighter inside the home and partially
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collapsed. and he fell # feet onto the floor below. he was able to escape through a window. he was not injured and going on to fight the fire. this is not the first time they have been to the house. there is a fire here back in november and back here they discover td what was a legal marijuana grow operation. no one had lived in the house since november. it had been boarded up and neighbors were surprised to see it on fire again and they were worried about it spreading to other homes. >> the whole roof was on fire. they got to putting it out. and started from this. flames come diagnose out. the whole house was engulfed in flames. >> i turned on the hose. and started hosing off the house. >> pretty scared. >> reporter: another challenge they face, live power lines very close to the house. around 6:00 a.m., it spread from earth garage to the power lines. you could see them sparking.
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>> they were able to identify the lines ahead of time and clear the firefighters out of the way. no one was hurt and again, no one lived in the house and previous fire that happened here in november. we take you back out here live. the cars in the driveway. they were the neighbor's cars that is they have been parking there to make it seem electrical obvious this is a vacant house. >> right now. fire crews on the scene here and now that most of the fire is out or contained. there is not completely out and still hot spots. and now it is contained. and some of the investigators are going in and going near the home and taking a look for some evidence. and see what may have sparked this fire again. no one is living here. there is a possibility that there may be squatters inside and it is still under investigation. and a lot work that they will have to continue to do out here. >> allie rasmus, channel 2 news. they are trying to figure
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out if the discovery of a badly burned body in an alleyway is connected to a homicide investigation last month. they discovered the body of a man things to an apartment complex on 34th avenue. they found the body of a 77-year-old woman who was bound and gag requested. >> -- bound and gagged. >> we don't know. >> police are waiting on toxicology report to determine susan fong's cause of death. an autopsy will be conducted tomorrow. automatic crane's prime minister has called russia's decision to crimea, a declaration of war. >> we are on the brink of i say disaster. >> will was no reason for the russian federation to invade you can crane. > >> the new development comes after russian troops controlled
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crimea. >> president obama called russia's intervention in the crisis a clear violation of ukraine's sovereignty. >> vladimir putin said they have a right to protect the russian speaking population in the automatic crane. this is with rush shah and the members of the national rescued serve have been called up and they led troops to three ukrainian bases today. they demand that soldiers surrender and hand over the weapons. it come as day after president obama had a zero minute phone call with sad muir putin. any military action would hurt the standing in the internationalling community and could lead to sanctions. >> united states will stand with the international community and there will be costs for any military intervention in the you can crane. >> in the ukraine. it is in belgium right now. russia's military action violates the principal of the
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u.n. charter. they wonder where it is. >> this is the peninsula for much of the ukraine. it would be an island. and there is a narrow strip of land connecting it to the main land. they became part of the ukraine and 60% of its population identifies it as russian. they are planning a demonstration tomorrow against a phil harmonic group in russia. they are performing at the symphony hall tonight and tomorrow night. the group gays without borders all long with other lgbt and they want russia to appeal the anti-gay laws. >> they are allowed to go back home. crews in glenn dora is waiting to clear -- glengorra and this is because of the slides and the city leaders in glenndorra and they say it is a big concern. >> you could experience mud and
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debris flow into your yard. and it makes it somewhat unsafe until it has a time to dry out. >> they burned away the vegetation that would have helped to hold earth soil in place. >> two people were hurt after a giant wave crashed into a restaurant during yesterday's storm. >> this rid yo is hitting the beach side bar of cafe. >> how scary is that. >> they have the water into the he is rant. after the wave hit. you can hear the breaking glass. >> now, outside the waves were strong enough to toss around boats that were still in the water. >> they were trying to secure the patio furniture when it crashed into them. >> it was taken down and he went through the door of the patio that had just bullpen washed out by the same wave and then our manager simon was
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washed out with the wave and then went under the pier and was stuck under the pier. >> that was actually a different restaurant than the one we showed you where the window consist were breaking and this in case, he was able to get back to shore. he did break his collarbone. the other employee was not seriously hurt. >> . a live look. look at the bay bridge. at leasts from this view. we cannot even see the bay bridge and into san francisco. so getting outdoors, if you have a drive, visibilities could be well. and we have mostly cloudy skies and chasing showers on the radar this morning. few 100th reported in the area. and sfo has reported 1/100th. and into the morning hours. and nearly 45/100th there reported in the last six hours
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or so. we will get into the east bay where we could have scattered showers flying. >> and along 680 dan kdown through danville. they picked up a few 100th and stretching into clayton. >> light rain falling ng your neighborhood. and pittsburg and antioch. and if you are going to be outdoors, carry along the umbrella. it is on and off. >> sunnyvale and light rain falling this morning. >> may be getting a brake. >> campbell along. highway 85. 17, light rain falling there as well as blast some hill road. take a look back at all the moisture. >> moving south and moving out of here. the flow continues to be very choice moist. >> it took a little weak wave and we will squeeze out the possibility of the scattered
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showers today. zoom in over the see era, or i attempted to do so. and it is light scattered snow showers. and they are there for today as well. >> that will continue. >> snow in the mountains. >> few bits of rain moving through the area. >> into the 10:00 hour. >> we have light rain passing. and san jose mountains. they will pick up and get into the lunch hour. we are mainly dry. we have few scattered hours into the south bay. second half of the day, more of the same s few pop ups here and there. napa, santa rosa. and i believe this area as well will see a few scattered showers. just because it is dry, doesn't mean you won't see a sprinkle. we have partly to mostly cloudy skies. >> the many will be for the first half of the day and second half is mainly drive.
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>> we will life in a slight chance. >> temperature it is in the of 50s for the lunch hour and for afternoon. >> temperatures a lot like yesterday. starting out a lot like yesterday. and this is 63 in concord and hayward. and 61 today in san francisco. 61 for novato and 61 for you. and 65 expected for morgan hill. and for the extended forecast here. second half of the weekend in view. spotty showers in the forecast for today. for tomorrow, chance of showers will remain. we will not change the pattern a whole lot. >> look at the numbers. they don't change either. and mainly dry. >> they will begin to warm up a little. and look what is on the ike done for wednesday. >> more rain. >> back to the desk. > happening right now. >> certain fora missing man in san rafael. robert davis has not been seen since wednesday night. he had dipper with his
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daughter. >> he sufferless from a medical condition and may have become disoriented in the heavy rain. >> police and members of his family started looking for him in an organized search. >> wie just don't know. >> we don't know where he went. >> we really want to locate him. >> he was last seen driving a car similar to this one. and california driver cost license plate. >> . well a tragic attack in china. we are learning how may be responsible for a mass stabbing. that is being compared to the 9/11 attack. >> how ambulance response times may be affecting patient safety.
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. it is a select one out at sfo where we have gray skies. we have wet roadways and delays for some arriving flights up to 30 minutes. happening now, a mass protest in jeer russ let me. hundreds of thousands of ultra orthodox jews are demonstrating against the i israeli government. they will draft the ultra orthodox into the army. while prosecuting any draft dodgers. ultra orthodox men have been exempt in the past in order to allow them to pursue their
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religious study. benjamin netanyahu is in washington today. he will attend a policy conference and meet with president obama at the white house tomorrow. they will discuss is the peace talks with the palestinians and it is going to be their 14th meeting together. the most president obama has held with any leader. they call this attack at the train station their 9/11. they slashed passengers waiting to board a train in china yesterday. >> 130 wounded some of the workers were miami grant workers returning to families after the chinese new year. four to five attackers were shot and killed by police. beijing police rap blaming this on separate tis. >> this is -- separatist and this is a conclusion from the san francisco concal.
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the paper reports almost 2500 patients cannot immediately be transported last year because an ambulance wasn't available. >> and administer medical care and the fire chief responds to all 911 calls within five minutes. today is an important he had line for seniors applying for aid for college. it is the last day for the federal aid grants. they can fill it out on line. 62% of students statewide completed the application last year. right now. hollywood is preparing for the academy awards. the stars get ready. nischelle taylor has a look at ha who is expected to turn up. >> reporter: the and wards is set to be the biggest party with ellen degeneres as ring leader. expect miles an hour little
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streep and matthew mcconaughey to get their groove on with the leader. brat pitt and angelina jolie will be up for some awards. there is no shortage of star power. >> 1970s con artist resist pitted against astronauts for the most trophies. "gravity" and "american hustle" lead with 10 nominations a piece. >> facing off against 10 years a slave. philomena. dallas buyer's club and the wolf of wall street in the best picture races in history. for reason, i am taking xanax and it is kicking it. >> cate blanchett is a contender with sandra bullock. judy different and 18th nomination, meryl streep. -- judi dench.
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>> leonardo dicaprio and others. but this year could be all about the music. pharrell and ida medina is set to perform. this could be the biggest concert of the year. >> with a host like ellen, it may not be the winners that get everybody talking. that was nischelle turner. early bets are coming in with matthew mcconaughey and kate branch chet and movie "american hustle" being named favorites. companies have invested $1.8 million for a commercial spot. with lines crossing film and fashion, they are hoping for a large audience. there are summeringses you can plan on seeing. american express and j.c. penney.
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they have appeared during show in the early 90s and tap i media buzz. they expect it to happen once the show kicks off. >> doubling around tee olympic runner oscar pistorius is coming up on his case and the defense he is likely to present. out the doors, the showers are still falling. coming up, how long we will be in the wet pattern. ♪ [ man ] yo buzz! drop that beat! remix! ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ ♪ ♪ you got that medley crunch
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. murder trial of oscar pistorius begins tomorrow. he is accused of shooting and killing his model girlfriend on valentine's day of last year. he mistook her for a burglar. they say they had some type of fight and hid in the bathroom. he shot four shots through the door killing her. the prosecutor in the oj
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trial said she doesn't believe him. >> if you heard sounds in the bathroom. what dos but say, money, did you hear that. you say that before you fire shots. he faces the charge of premeditated murder. he is awaiting bond at his uncle's mansion. he will have former girlfriend testify and other experts. they have been reviewing the computer systems and they have not found any information indicating a cyber attack. what prompted this cute information. it is still at an early stage. and this could take weeks. >> they are proposing new legislation that would allow under age college students in wine making programs to sit and spit wine. >> they introduced the bill and would allow students to 18 to 20 year consist old to test their own work. >> right now.
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students in wayne making programs have to wait until they are 21. the bill is backed by the university of california. if you are just joining us, welcome. we will get you over to rosemary. and she is tracking showers over the bay area. >> yes. we will squeeze out scattered showers for the sunday afternoon. we are watching pockets of light rain falling over the east bay and north bay. over the santa cruz mountains. we are in a wet pattern even wetter than the models predicted. we have it over pal low alto and the dumbarton bridge. fremont and light scattered showers and it is a free light green and the rain is generally light. adding up in some areas. double brooklyn, pleasanton. few sprinkles falling outside your door. and we have good light scattered showers in santa clara. and evergreen and over the
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santa cruz mountains. >> we have picked up a half inch of rein. into the east bay. we have light scattered showers and concord perhaps. and down into antioch as well as oakley. in the forecast for the afternoon. i do expect we will pick up a few 100th and we have this possibly over santa rosa. and san francisco and san francisco is picking up 1/100th. and ben lowman again. pt quarter inch as we get in again and beginning to see some totals inen and around santa cruz. we may see at least that. and the extended forecast here. and spotty showers in the forecast today. >> slight chance in the forecast for tomorrow. >> the models are trending wetter. and we will be tracking area weekend that for you as you get back to work. >> showers will remain much and be with us back again on wednesday. >> we will see showers and
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mostly cloudy on thursday. >> temperature wise. a lot leak yesterday. and slightly warmer tuesday afternoon. back to you. >> home in the east bay goes up in flames. this is not the first time they have responded to that house. >> massive sinkhole opens up on one of santa cruz's most scene ecstreets. you are watching "mornings on 2". oñ [ sports announcer ] here's another one, alyson dudek. hales corners, wisconsin. nice pass by alyson dudek. can she hang on to that spot? and she does! [ male announcer ] with the u-verse wireless receiver, your tv goes where you take it,
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. this is towering flames are seen coming from a home. >> good morning, and welcome back. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we are following developing news for you. following it throughout the morning. house catches fire for the second time since november. we go back. and allie rasmus is live with us where fire crews will remain for hours to come. allie. >> it will take several hours to find all the hot spots. this is where it happened 5:00 and coming from the garage area. >> and they have their hoses on the outside. they are putting out trying to tackle the hot spots from the outside. >> just a few minutes ago. we were able to get around the side of the home to see some of the damage. >> this is actually a three story house. >> there is a main floor on the
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street level and two floors below it. and this is on altamont at that month and in the san leandro hills in an unincorporated part of town. it is too unstable for them to go this and work on completely distinguishing the -- extinguishing the fire from the outside. the flames were shooting through the roof and window. so did one of the floors. >> there is a firefighter inside the home. when the floor partially collapsed around 6:00 in the morning. he felt 8 feet and we are told he was able to escape through a window. he was not injured and went on continuing to fight the fire this morning. this is not the first time they have been to the house. >> there was a fire back in november. and firefighters discovered what was a legal marijuana grow. and no one had lived in the house since then. and surprised to see them again this morn being.
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>> concerned about it spreading. and up here in the hills. >> it is close to each other. >> they talked about the multiple challenge they face battling the fire. >> there is fire below you. >> you it is unsafe. you can't get in there. >> fire on the main fire floor and two floors below it. has a stair well and the fire came up to the stair well. >> around power lines and the division chief said they were able to identify the leaps and clear the firefighters out of the way and no one was hurt and no one was living in the house since the previous fire and no one had to be rescued. we take you back out here live. the cars in the driveway in the still smoldering garage and they have been parking there. to make it seem less obvious than it as vacant house.
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>> they are still here. and one crew out here. and trying to keep an eye on some of the hot spots. and that there is no flare runs. and the next step is to figure out how they are started. and there may have been squatters here at the home and they can't go into the house to could the work. the home is still fracture rally unsound. >> live in san leandro. >> channel 2 news. we are learning more about an suv that crashed into civil parked cars. it is a story we first brought you. the suv was stolen. >> they say it appears the driver put a rock on the gas pedal and set it speeding on cool lidge avenue where it crashed into several parked cars and then into a garage q. >> the owner of the ever vehicle recognized it after seeing the vehicle in the
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crash. >> i recognized the indian blanket. my husband's brief case and the bible. >> . now to a story we told you about yesterday t a man is in serious condition. it happened at 1:00 at the mexican and filipino cuisine on the street. >> this man was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt s walked in. and shot the victim several times and that man is still at large. >> we will not tolerate this. >> this is not acceptable. > age like i said it is unusual for this crime to occur anywhere let alone downtown. >> there were zero other people inside the he is transport at the time of the shooting. they are asking any witnesses to give them a call. >> they are searching for four armed men who made off with hundreds of thousands of
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dollars in jewelry. they targeted an energy jeweler doing business right here. >> they speak with that jeweler the run in with the thieves outside the san carlos store. >> new york jewelry supplier is out half a million dollars after precious jew he wills were stolen from his hand. the 43-year-old wants to remain anonymous and was headed to jeffrey's diamonds and goldsmith. the detective tore of the operations of the store had no idea. >> we had just closed. didn't have hatch to do with the store. the person who got robbed was coming to our store and not here yet. >> he had just crossed the street. and they shoulded at him. one man pot out and pointed a gun at him and stole his brief case before they drove off. >> he was coming here. if he parked it somewhere else and gone somewhere else. if he was followed, he might
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have been robbed them. >> he had diamonds and other high end jules worth upwards of $400,000. >> the sheriff's office needs the public's help tracking down the sis he can'ts in the honda pilot. >> we are working this case diligently right now. >> we hold a good track record with arresting bad guys. >> he said he is doing okay and makes him think twice about doing business in the bay area. he traveled the country and this is between redwood city unsafe for up pliers. he is not the first jeweler -- suppliers. and in san carlos. this is channel 2 news. >> here is another look at the suspect and they say they are looking for four people and seen in a silver honda pilot with paper license plates. >> we are getting more information on the flu season.
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gallup poll show they live in california, nevada and new york. that is the highest daily flu rates since it started in 2008 and they found people in vermont and north dakota had the lowest daily flu rates. >> there are a number of deaths reported. 49 people have died from the flu. santa clara has the most people in the bay area who have died with the flu with the 15th victim being reported earlier this week. >> it was a welcome site for the state. not enough to dry up concerns. we are still far from being out of the woods. we checked the water levels following the latest storms. and it received an inch and a half of rain and now at 62% capacity. santa rosa is moving with plans. and the city is speeding up efforts to find suitable locations for wells.
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and this comes from the russian river. >> current wells can supply the city with 4000000 gallons of water a day. and officials believe they may need double the amount. recent storm may be to blame for the massive sinkhole that closed the santa cruz street. it opened up near west cliff drive and woodrow avenue. >> appears to be near the sidewalk and drops to the ocean below. >> traffic is dirted. and parts of the cliff drive is closed. no word on when repairs will be made and when the street will reopen. >> water on your windshield. we have scattered showers in the forecast on and off throughout the day and pockets of light rain moving through and we should be mainly dry for the afternoon. we will leave in the chance. we have the very moist air in place and it will be with us
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for today as bell as tomorrow. >> and all it take assist a very special ripple and it squeezes out some showers. >> look at where they are falling at this hour. >> parts of the south bay k. >> stretching a little bit through mountain view. and across into areas like cupertino and and light showers. the sprinkles are lights. union city reporting light rain. stretching into pleasant ton and dublin. and -- pleasanton and we have wet roadways and from pittsburg and oakley and brentwood. i have sierra on my mind papally. we have snow falling here -- apparently here. it continues to accumulate hever for today as well. keep the chains handy if you plan on heading out for today
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and spending time in the sierra. here is a look at broader view and continues to pull into the bay area. and the entire state. now, from yesterday, they have pulled out. but this is the next couple of days. and good news. could use all the rain. and 557 degrees right now. and low 50s in concord and for san jose. and a lot numbers like san jose. seasonal temps for the area. >> 62 for oakland and 61 for san francisco and 60 degrees for san rafael and for san jose. mostly cloudy skies. >> we will break away from the second half. and we will leave in the scattered. q.chance for showers and this is for most areas. >> and this just showed you there. low to mid-60s. we weak up a lot like today. mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog and little bit of dries ankle and chance for showers will remain on the back to work
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monday. this is the forecast for the afternoon. >> dry on tuesday d can slightly warmer for the afternoon. >> then come wednesday. >> showers back in the forecast for mid week. helping homeless. >> this is the project for san francisco. and the praise it is getting from nancy pelosi. >> . the president and vice-president are teaming up at the request of the first lady. the promotional video they made to help a cause close her heart. >> there are still sprinkles out there. taking a live look out there. >> this is the east shore in berkeley. >> it fogged up a little bit and headed out the tore. two hands on the wheel. time now is 9:43. you are watching "mornings on 2".
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. this is the concord area and we have light rain falling and reporting 53 degrees. your time is 49 degrees. firefighters have knocked down the huge fire in a vacant home. they did have a close call after falling through a hole in the floor. but he was not hurt. this is for a missing man in san rafael. >> he has been not been since wednesday night after having dinner with his daughter. >> he was last scene driving a 2001 toyota camry. >> they are trying to figure out if a discovery of a badly burned body is connected to a homicide investigation for last month. they discovered the body of the man in an alley next to an apartment complex on 34th avenue. >> it is the same complex where they found the body of a
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77-year-old woman who was bound and gagged. >> a storm is bearing down on the midwest and east coast. it will bring freezing rain and snow to the country. they are dealing that with kansas city. they are warning about the possibility of mass power outages from the ice storm in the southern states. this is being blamed for the pile up in south denver. this involved more than 100 vehicles. chain reek action crash reduced visibility there on interstate 25. it took hours to clear up the wreckage. that freeway is back open. >> officials say a snowboarder may have trigger deferred an avalanche. it happened on friday. >> it is near the university of montana in downtown missoula. >> this is is the rubble of
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their own home. me were rushed to the hospital. >> everyone is so willing to help reach other. especially in the weather. and especially when there is a family involved. >> the woman is in critical condition. and the other two have serious injuries. but they are expected to recover. >> the winter weather is making for a spectacular site at niagara falls. those famous falls having partially frozen over. >> water is still over the accumulation of the ice. >> 99% are cover evidence in ice. >> this is praising a community for housing. they speak about the progress and the renovation of the tenderloin development centers. >> this is completed in 2013 and transformed the building object golden gate avenue. for the housing for the homeless. >> i am here to say thank you to all of us. >> this is tore the individual
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poem ran the care and the  housing it will mean for them and the respect and the dignity that it brings to everybody. >> also are for making this a model for the nation. >> the $95 million project was founded pay the american recovery a reinvestment act. >> it includes. 172 efficiency studios. >> new app developed in the south bay could help those trained. and it notifies people trained when a heart attack is reported within a quarter mile of their location. >> this lets it be administered before an ambulance would arrive. >> if we wait. six or seven minutes for the first responders to wait on scene, you are talking about a rae deduction in chance of survival. statistics no one wants. the an application something giving the every day. >> civic mined site except a
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chance. >> it walaunched in 201 and now being used in 17 states hand in santa clara county. >> this is a deadly overnight shooting. on garfield avenue. they found a woman who is shot to death. >> they are investigating that shooting. this is the first homicide of the year k they found a man dead on addison near the intersections of university avenues. they discovered signs after homicide. >> it is a man in his radios and it is not yet released. >> several soup certificate visors will discussion are soup certificate vision with, cigarettes. they would be treated similar to regular cigarettes. they would ban them wherever smoking is provided and require them to obtain a tobacco permit to sell the cigarettes. >> a veteran in massachusetts was gimp a special surprise to
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recognize his service. they tracked down the three medals that he earned in the navy hand never picked up. his children and grandchildren gave them the medals yesterday at a surprise party. >> didn't know they were around. >> all of the inspiration he has given tis, the story see and it is his right. it is what he deserves. >> they inspired a legacy of service in his family. his son was a marine in vietnam. his grandson is a navy commander and his granddaughter is a staff sergeant in the u.s. army. >> it is the last day to shop at the white elephant sale. hundreds of people lined up outside the museum's white house for the two day event the it is one of the largest sum manning sale assist in northern california. >> there is kayaks. bicycles. pieces of art. >> there is furniture. >> you name it, we have it.
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>> clothing. tennis shoes. >> dishes. towelless. >> there is a free shuttle from the bart station. that runs from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. today. >> students in san rafael are giveing toories. >> the students and their others are cooking lurch for the homeless. >> this is at oakland's chirp hospital. therapy raising money through a bake sale. >> it is going to wrap up later this afternoon. >> it may fast ball a milestone birthday. >> a man is young at heart. and why tomorrow ever dined them so inspiring. >> passing light showers in the forecast for the entire sunday. how long the wet weather will last, coming up.
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they won the bid to take over the operations. it is built back in 1911 in new york and it moved to several spots across north california. it is now time to put in your request to hike the half dome. they are given out through a lottery system. 300 hikers are hall loued to use the system each day. >> people need to make requests on the website between now and the end of the month. people will be notified next month. >> president obama and vice president biden are jump something on board with the let's move campaign. >> you had ready to move. >> -- you ready to move? >> absolutely. let's do this thing. let's move. >> they were jogging around the white house. >> if enough people use the media to show how they are getting it in shape. >> they will not have to do the same s. >> let margaret know i did do
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well. >> the pike tours and tweets. started coming. >> they held up their end of the bargain. it is the let's move campaign. >> it is amended at fighting chide hood obesity. >> they have been met: check it out. >> they heard this. and chili restaurants had a 7-pound burrito that no one can finish. >> check out the time lapse clock. and he did contact the restaurant and put away the burrito all while reading a book and his electronic reader. >> he also won the prize of $270 for eating that burrito. >> well a man in florida is not let ago little thing like age slow him down. >> just like that. any other day. he celebrated by going to the gym for the daily workout. when he turned 100, his doctors
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told him to start working out to keep him young. he starts training for one hour circuit training. >> take each day as it comes. >> enjoy it. >> don't fight it. >> smith said on his built date, he ended early so he can have cake with his wife and friends to celebrate. >> we will go back out to rosemary for our day today. >> it as slick one out there this morning. we are left with scattered showers for sunday as well. highway one through the south bay. morgan hill through gilroy and light rain continuing to fall. and one last shift here. we have light rain over livermore and stretch something into the far east bay areas like brentwood and oaklandly and into the central valley. spotty showers today and low 60s for some in the afternoon. and then for the second half of the kay. temperatures back in the low to
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mid-60s for the second half. a lot of what we had yesterday. doesn't feel too bad temperature wise. extended forecast here. we will have scattered showers for today. the model is bring asking a better chance tomorrow. and they are not going to change a whole lot between the warm up. >> more on wednesday. >> we will look for it. >> thanks, rosemary. >> that is our report. we thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> we are looking for updates for the house fire. we will leave you with a little wet picture from the bridge. have a great sunday, everyone. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious, but say i press a few out flat, add some beef, sloppy joe sauce and cheese, fold it all up and boom! delicious unsloppy joes perfect for a school night.
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i'm chris wallace. the crisis in ukraine deepens as the u.s. warns them not to try to split the country. >> the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for military ibt vengs. >> russian troops moof into crimea as the interim government accuses the kremlin of an invasion. what happens now? we'll have a live report. and the chair of the house intelligence committee mike rogers joins us with the latest only on "fox news sunday." then a new investigation into irs targeting of
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